Current Practising Status
Self Employed
Date of Call
Nov 1984
Inn of Court
Gray's Inn
Practising certificate valid
Primary practice address
Becket Chambers, Canterbury Innovation Centre, University Road, CANTERBURY, Kent, CT2 7FG, United Kingdom
Primary practice switchboard number
(+44) 01227 786331
Other practice addresses

Becket Chambers, Becket Chambers, Mocatta House, Trafalgar Place, Brighton, BN1 4DU, United Kingdom

  • Becket Chambers, The Base, Dartford Buisiness Park, Victoria Road, DARTFORD, Kent, DA1 5FS, United Kingdom
  • Becket Chambers, 26 Kings Hill Avenue, Kings Hill, WEST MALLING, Kent, ME19 4UA, United Kingdom
  • Becket Chambers, The Pantiles Chambers, 85 High Street, TUNBRIDGE WELLS, Kent, TN1 1XP, United Kingdom
Other addresses switchboard numbers

(+44) 01323 407299

  • (+44) 01322 473182
  • (+44) 01622 230957
  • (+44) 01892 575254
Rights of Audience
  • Full Rights of Audience
Public Access
Conduct of Litigation
Areas of practice
Family - children ,  Family - other
Other Entitlements
  • Administration Of Oaths
  • Immigration Work
  • Probate Activities
  • Reserved Instrument Activities
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